A whole new batch of Big 12 players made their decisions official on Wednesday, signing letters of intent with their new schools and beginning their careers.
The Big 12 had a handful of great recruiting classes, but which do you want to see on the field the most?
Here's a quick rundown, before you vote in our poll. You'll need ESPN Insider to see each full class. (For the purposes of this poll, Texas A&M and Mizzou were omitted, for obvious reasons.)
The Longhorns' class finished third nationally and included 12 ESPNU 150 signees, including RB Johnathan Gray, the No. 2 overall prospect and the national record holder for rushing touchdowns. He was the lone five-star recruit in the class, which had 19 four stars.
The Sooners loaded up on receivers, adding three blue-chippers at the position and another from the juco ranks that could have an immediate impact. Derrick Woods makes five of the Sooners' top six recruits offensive skill position players.
The Red Raiders cracked the national top 20 and grabbed two receivers inside the ESPNU 150, as well as offensive lineman Michael Starts from Waco, Texas. They added a third top receiver late: Casey Gladney from Columbia, S.C.
The Bears got a lot of much-needed defensive help. Three of the team's top five recruits were on defense, and added Seth Russell, a QB from just outside Dallas.
The new guys are holding their own well, finishing just outside the top 25, and even with some late losses, got great additions. The top three signees are all defenders, including ESPNU 150 member Devonte Fields, of Arlington, Texas.